Areas of expertise:
Utility regulation, litigation, clean energy policy
Originally from St. Louis, Missouri, Christie attended St. Louis University for undergrad before earning her law degree from Loyola University Chicago. Christie began working in the energy field after law school, joining Illinois’ Citizens Utility Board (CUB) – the state’s utility watchdog – as a Senior Attorney. EDF, CUB, and various stakeholders worked closely to get the Future Energy Jobs Act passed. She is a member of the Chicago Bar Association’s Energy, Telecommunications and Water Committee, as well as the CBA’s Environmental Law committee. Christie is passionate about promoting women in the energy field.
Loyola University Chicago School of Law; J.D.
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Illinois Commerce Commission Votes Will Help Ensure More Reliable, Affordable, Equitable Electric Service in the StateSeptember 28, 2022
Community Groups, EDF Ask a State Appeals Court to Stop a Pipeline Slated to Go Through a Historic Black Farming Community in IllinoisMarch 25, 2022
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